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As cores da terra. "Sou livre para o silêncio das formas e das cores."

Discover three methods to "meet" your characters in fascinatingly visual and enlightening ways, so you can better bring them to life in your stories.

It's a joke among writers: we are so mean to our characters! But your pursuit of conflict can trip you up in writing dynamic characters. Learn why!

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13 Books to Read Based on Your Favorite 'Downton Abbey' Character

Downton Abbey fans, this is for you! 12 book to read based on your favorite Downton Abbey character.

Create a character by conducting an interview. Interview your character before you start writing so you can immerse yourself completely in who they are.

How To Give Your Characters Secrets |

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Community Post: 18 Gorgeous Study Notes That Should Be Framed As Art

I think I'm obsessed.

Cinder, Kai, Scarlet, Wolf (Ze'ev), Cress, Thorn, Winter, Jacin


Should You Write a Character-Driven or Plot-Driven Story?

Should you write a character-driven or plot-driven story (and what's the difference in the first place)? Kristen Kieffer explains all over on the She's Novel blog!

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